“It’s too expensive.” “It takes too much training or skilled labor.” “It’s more complex than I need.” These three refrains are often cited as reasons to not to invest in machines capable of 5-axis milling, but are they valid concerns? Let’s take a closer look at these common myths and get some insights from current Hermle owners about how 5-axis machines are making a positive impact on their businesses.
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Three Common Misconceptions about Five-Axis Machining
Hermle USA is riding a wave of new machine sales in early 2022
Hermle USA is off to a great start to 2022, posting one of its best sales months ever in January. Strong sales are always a great way to start off a new year, but those results are also indicators of two important industry trends that signal continuing success for the company for the foreseeable future.
Hermle USA has invested USD 3 million to extend its US headquarters and enhance its capacity to serve the North American market even further.
Hermle USA, Inc. announced the completion of the three million dollar building extension project. This doubled the size of the North American headquarters in Franklin, Wisconsin and included refurbishment of the existing building. The expansion represents a clear sign from the German machine tool manufacturer that it is willing to raise its profile to provide even better levels of support to the growing North American customer base.